Addie M. Miller sincerely sends her condolences to Billy Graham family..He was very inspirational and there was hardly a Sunday I did not view his broadcast. Billy Graham was truly a teacher for GOD and I believe his son Franklin Graham is following in his father foot steps, Billy Graham drew billions of people all over the world for years, and he stayed humble and meek, but FIRM with the word of GOD.
The LA Dodgers (National League) and the Houston Astros (American League) were both WINNERS. It is NOT WHO WINS, PLACES OR SHOWS, IT IS THE ONE WHO ENDURES!
Addie M. Miller says , a wise Gentleman shared his knowledge with her years ago, saying CHESS is a Game that the King will trade the Queen to win the game. My opinion is (for Money, Politics, or to win an Election, etc.
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The Queen is worth 9 points… You should only trade her when it is a fair trade or you are getting the better deal! My opinion is a fair trade (for Money, Politics, or to win an Election, etc. The love for money and power is the root for all evil. 1 Timothy 6:10
The Love for money, Politics and to win an elected Political Office must not be part of our United States of America sports, it is NOT FAIR TO THE FANS!!!!!
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Addie M. Miller is wishing Happy Indigenous Peoples Day. LA Times Newspaper reports story of why Los Angeles is right to rename Columbus day. http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-me-ln-indigenous-peoples-day-20171003-story.html .
Addie M. Miller is a descendant of Native America Indians ‘Choctaw tribe’ and states it makes me proud that we are not overlooked and taken for granted!
Columbus Day is no more in the nation’s second-largest city in nation second largest city. The Los Angeles City Council voted 14-1 on Wednesday to officially mark the second Monday in October as Indigenous Peoples Day on the city’s calendar — a day to commemorate “indigenous, aboriginal and native people.”
“Removing Columbus Day and replacing it with Indigenous Peoples Day is the appropriate action for this city to take,” O’Farrell wrote. “We must send a signal to Washington D.C. that there is no better day to honor our original inhabitants while highlighting the absurdity of celebrating a historical figure responsible for such profound suffering, still felt by generations of Indigenous People everywhere. This is more than symbolic. It is spiritually and morally necessary.”